NCAA Recap: Official Opening Weekend of Men’s 2014

The 2014 season of NCAA lacrosse commenced like no other in recent history. A number of games headed to overtimes, and a few were complete blowouts. Here are some quick recaps in case you missed the action: Saturday Michigan @ PSU 7                   22 A blowout in Penn State’s favor on their home turf. Kaut performed outstandingly in goal, allowing only one…

February 10, 2014

NCAA Preview: Mount St. Mary’s at Maryland

WHO: Mount St. Mary’s at Maryland WHERE: College Park, Maryland WHEN: Saturday February 8 @ 12:00pm EST Maryland and Mount St. Mary’s will faceoff this coming Saturday for their season openers. This game should explode all over the field with intensity and athleticism, as it dually serves as season openers and momentum setters. These two opponents do not share a specific rivalry and, in fact, have many similarities. However, they…

February 5, 2014

NCAA Preview: Loyola at Virginia

Loyola @ Virginia Game Time: 7:00 pm Date: February 6, 2014 Location: Charlottesville, Va 2013 Teams change and great players graduate, leaving behind an empty spot for someone to fill. Loyola and Virginia both have shoes to fill. Virginia is coming off one of their more disappointing seasons after a long run as one of the top teams in NCAA men’s lacrosse. They started off strong going 5-1 in the…

February 3, 2014

Maryland Terps: Turtling Along

2014 NCAA Season Preview: University of Maryland (Men’s)   The University of Maryland Men’s Lacrosse team hasn’t played a meaningful game since last May, a game in which they fell 8-16 to perennial contender Cornell in the NCAA First Round. Their next meaningful game is less than two weeks away when they welcome Mount St. Mary’s Saturday, February 8 to College Park. The Terps are coming off last year’s 10-4…

January 28, 2014

2014 MLL Collegiate Draft Preview: Goalies

With the MLL Collegiate Draft getting set to take place in just eight short days on Friday January 10th, 2014, we here at In Lacrosse We Trust are going to look at the top players at each position. This week we are looking at the offensive side of the ball, specifically at the last line of the defense, the goalies. Last year’s crop of seniors coming into the MLL was…

January 6, 2014

Early MLL Draft Targets: Schrieber On the Horizon

With Thanksgiving over and Christmas soon upon us, it will be time for the MLL Collegiate Draft in no time. After all, the draft occurs on January 11, 2014. As the date draws closer, I will try my best to be In Lacrosse We Trust’s Mel Kiper Jr. and highlight the names that fans should be looking out for among the college ranks. This year’s draft class features a lot…

December 6, 2013

Analyzing Maryland’s No. 1 Ranked Recruiting Class

October 29, 2013

Head coach John Tillman walked into one of the best lacrosse jobs in the nation when Dave Cottle stepped down after the 2010 season. Tillman has been nothing short of spectacular since taking the reigns from Cottle as Maryland reached back-to-back National Championship game appearances before exiting in the first round of the tournament this past season. Last year’s team sees 10 important seniors leave the team, five of which…


Maryland Brings Back Stacked Defense

October 19, 2013

Minus LSM Jesse Bernhardt, the Maryland close defense returns fully stocked. Matt Dunn could be the running candidate for the empty slot at LSM after he saw some time when Bernhardt needed rest. Not to mention, Casey Ikeda, who guarded Steve Mock in most of their final game against Cornell last season, got a few runs in at LSM. Him and Dunn may be a switching duo between LSM and…


Team USA Preview: Jeremy Sieverts

October 9, 2013

Jeremy Sieverts Position Midfield Height 6′ 3″ Weight 205 lbs. College: Maryland   When I began writing the story of Mike Simon (Stevenson/Bayhawks) that reminded me that he might not be the only one who has a similar story.  Then it came to me that Jeremy Sieverts, even though much more known to the lacrosse world than Simon in the beginning, has traveled the road less traveled to get his…


Ten Stories to Watch Heading into Fall Ball

October 1, 2013

NCAA Tournament Expands to 18 teams – The addition of two teams for the NCAA tournament will include two play in games for the four teams that received the lowest AQ seeds. Expanding the tournament is to keep a balance between AQ and at-large bid teams. There will be 10 AQ teams, with eight at-large squads, which the AQ squads will be knocked down to eight after the two play-in…